St. Fin Barre's Cathedral
- Regular Price €12
- Concession €10
Cork-based Australian composer Robert Curgenven returns to
Cork Midsummer Festival for the world premiere of a new piece for
pipe organ following his sold-out Sculpting the Air concerts in
2017. The same sound system also returns to enhance St Fin Barre’s
incredible pipe organ and acoustics, the sound once again set
around the audience to create a single architectural instrument.
The concert’s score draws on Ireland’s relations with Cornwall
and Mediterranean Europe. 5000 years ago, coming into the Bronze
Age, Ireland’s copper and Cornwall’s tin traversed the continent to
make bronze. Tailte cré-umha uses this navigation of the landscape
itself as the score as those people and materials travel land, sea, sky
and Europe at a time of change.
Supported by Cork City Council Arts Office, St Fin Barre’s
Cathedral, St Mary’s COI Marmullane & North Presentation Convent.
Special offer - Ticket + LP:
€22 (Full price ticket plus LP)
€20 (Concession price ticket plus LP)
Pick up your LP at the venue on the night with concert ticket!
This is the second pressing of the critically acclaimed 2014 LP of pipe organ works SIRÈNE - Selected Pipe Organ Works 1983-2014 - on green transparent vinyl.
"★★★★ ... deep satisfying weight. The results gull the senses" – Mojo
“Remarkable music” – The Wire Magazine
“His most definitive work today… astounding” – FACT magazine
Stream & album info available at www.recordedfields.net/records/rfe_01/